Aug 25 - Aug 25 2 p.m.
| Queens County
| New York City
36-01 35th Ave., Queens, NY 11106
Tickets: $15 ($5 Museum members / free for Silver Screen members and above). Order tickets online. (Members may contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions regarding online reservations.)
Ticket purchase includes same-day admission to the Museum (see gallery hours). View the Museum’s ticketing policy here. For more information on membership and to join online, visit our membership page. Filmmaker: Ken Jacobs is one of the key figures in the history of American avant-garde filmmaking, with works including Star Spangled to Death, Blonde Cobra, and Tom Tom the Pipers Son. Much of his work in the past 30 years has involved the creation of new forms of 3-D.
Sound artists: Andy Graydon lives and works in Berlin, Germany. His work with sound, film, and installation focuses on the relationship between media and environment.
Cecilia Lopez is a composer, musician and installation artist from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her work explores perception and transmission processes focusing on the relationship between sound technologies and listening practices.
Daniel Neumann is a Brooklyn-based sound artist, organizer, and audio engineer, originally from Germany. A main focus of his work is how sound interacts with space and how spaces can be shaped by sound.
Jenn Grossman is a sound and experiential media artist based in Brooklyn. She composes psycho-spatially, treating our sensorial realities as portals into the surreal, subconscious, and otherworldly, often re-framing the ephemeral by displacing it into a new environment, sounding it through objects, or creating immerive experiences that expand perception.
Michael J. Schumacher has worked with spatialized sound, computers, and electronics since the 1980s, creating multi-channel, generative "Room Pieces" presented in galleries, museums, concert halls, outdoors, and in private living spaces.
Richard Garet works with sound and visual arts. His materials emerge from ontological investigations of background noise and the decadence-and-decay of technological utilities.